A Masters degree in economics.
Months of entry
January, October, April
- PhD in Economics
- MPhil in Economics
There are two modes of entry for research students. First is traditional entry to an MPhil or PhD. Second is the MSc plus PhD pathway, which is the 1+3 route required by the ESRC for its studentship support.
All new research students are required to participate in a programme of research training modules and to take other modules that may be recommended by the supervisor of their research (exemption from research training modules can be granted to those who have already taken such modules at postgraduate level).Recent thesis titles
Enterprise development and informality: case studies from Mozambique
Essays on firm-level responses to globalisation: evidence from Mexican producers
Essays on human capital formation of youth in the Middle East: the roles of migrant remittances in Jordan and armed conflict in Lebanon
Exchange-rate expectations, uncertainty and output in the Southern Cone
Poverty within tropical forest: assets and activities to develop pro-poor forest conservation
The impact of development interventions in Ethiopia: foreign aid, aid for trade and agricultural technology
The role of market imperfections in shaping rural household livelihoods: evidence from South Africa
For further information, visit the webpage below.
Information for international students
See link for international students' entry requirements: http://www.sussex.ac.uk/study/pg/2016/research/1657#qualifications
Fees and funding
The University of Sussex aims to attract the most talented students to postgraduate study and offers one of the most generous scholarship programmes of any UK university. For full details of our scholarships please visit:www.sussex.ac.uk/study/money/scholarships/pgt2016/
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Student Recruitment Services
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